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Man caught inside quarantined home
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A man caught inside a residence quarantined due to a meth lab was sentenced to 20 days in jail.The resident, Jeremy Brian Lassiter, 34, entered guilty pleas before General Sessions Judge Larry Ross to charges of aggravated criminal trespass and simple possession of drugs. He was directed to serve 20 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence and pay $1,783.His jail time comes after deputy Cory Knowles went to a residence at 1324 Foster Road and found Lassiter on the property. The residence, which was his regular home, had been quarantined due to meth lab allegations.Along with finding Lassiter inside the home, the deputy also found him in possession of illegal items.“In plain view, I saw a meth pipe on the headboard of the bed along with two aluminum foil pipes,” Knowles recalled regarding his discovery.